Shardiya Navratri significance
Shardiya Navratri is dedicated to goddess durga like all others. This navaratri comes in the later months of the year and like all navaratri parva this one is also celebrated for nine and ten nights, the last night of the navaratri is celebrated as Vijaya dashami, the other celebration which is associated with the parva is the celebration of Dusshera as well and because of such importance this navaratri is also known by the name of Maha navaratri.
Shardiya falls in ashwin shukla paksha of sharad time; it is from this the name of the navaratri has been derived.
Each day is celebrated to the different nine incarnation of the goddess which is known as
These days some region of the country also worships the adishakti roop of Devi along with goddess durga.
Important rituals of the days
The most important ritual that is done in Shardiya navaratri is preparing cow dungs and keeping a kapur in it and the auspicious smoke is then rotated throughout the house to remove negativity from your life.